The Wedding Promise (Google eBook)
Welcome to Angel Island...Its captivating spirit can be felt from the shores of its windswept beaches to the heights of the spectacular Angel Wings Cliffs. The island is said to harbor angels who help guide the lost, delivering them from despair and darkness into the golden light of love and faith.
The inn is open for business, and owner Liza Martin has booked her first event—a wedding—even though renovations aren’t completed. This brings more of attractive handyman Daniel Merritt into her life, but as Liza starts falling for him, she learns that Daniel is a man with secrets.
Liza doesn’t have time to dwell on her love life with all the wedding preparations taking place. She wants to make the event perfect, but the growing tension between the couple worries her. On the day of the wedding a storm rolls in—and the groom disappears. Everything is going wrong, and Liza needs a miracle. But, if you have faith and love, Angel Island is the sort of place where miracles can happen...
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Review: The Wedding Promise (Angel Island #2)User Review - Paloma Herrera - Goodreads
To be inspired for a wedding. Lovely book. Read full review
Review: The Wedding Promise (Angel Island #2)User Review - Culleen - Goodreads
The second installment to the Angel Island series is very good. I love how this series and the Cape Light series intertwine. Read full review
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